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Mystery hole still draws interest

 

Greg Behrens being interviewed.

An unexplained phenomenon took place 35 years ago on a farm on a plateau west of Omak Lake in which a three-ton piece of earth was lifted out of the ground, landing some 73-feet away. It's still a mystery.

No signs of machinery were seen near the 10-foot by 7-foot hole, nor near the relocated piece of earth, which is said to have fit the hole like a jigsaw puzzle piece, like it was cut with a giant cookie cutter.

Greg Behrens, who worked as a geologist for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and the Grand Coulee Dam, studied the location and was interviewed by KING5 news reporter Leslie Donovan...



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